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suffered as the state's economy tanked and, along with it, state support. >> we are a bare bones organization. and we're just able to keep the lights on, the doors open and the teachers in classroom. >> californians are about to vote on two competing initiatives, 30 and 38. they are both temporary tax increases aimed at funding public schools. caranza supports prop 30 and fears if it fails -- >> there is no worse scenario. it's -- it's def-con 5. >> from cities to suburbs, the decline in state funding and the slump in property values has hit hard. since 2007, the purse student spending in california has been cut by more than $1,200, while costs and salaries continue to rise. in schools around the state, like paraside intermediate in san bruno, the budget cuts have affected the classroom. >> anything you know about atomic structure. >> this eighth grade science teacher says increased class size and lack of funds to upgrade her cramped, 1950s era classroom, are effecting her ability to teach. >> i cram 32 students into this small classroom. so, when, i mean, can you imagine doing a
it up in one word. it's the economy. filipino republicans or maybe filipinos who have been democrats in the past or have not supported the gop are taking a second look because they have been hurt in the four years. but filipino democrats are also arguing, it's intergenerational. >> belva: let's talk about another group. jobs for african-americans, particularly males, poverty rate going up. nothing from those groups in terms of complaints? >> the unemployment numbers of african-american groups definitely being reported about widely, highest since the great depression. what our african-american media monitor base in washington, d.c. was able to glean from newspapers like "the washington afro," the range of black media, you can see from the endorsements, you can see from the kind of reporting they're doing, there is more of an openness in the african-american community to recognize that president obama inherited two wars and a crumbling economy and that they are willing -- they recognize that four years was not enough of a timetable and they are lwilling to let him attempt to turn it ar
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